SVP offer 12noon Weds: EasyInternet USB Hub, Card Reader, VoIP Station and Sound Card 89p + delivery - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
I know this doesnt start until midday Wednesday........

EasyInternet USB Hub, Card Reader, VoIP Station and Sound Card


Manufactured a year ago for Easy‐Internet as a custom made product to put
next to their PC's in their internet Cafes.

What It Does
It is a USB hub with card reader and a sound device all connected by 1 USB to
your PC allowing for powered connection of USB devices (iPods etc), headsets
/ speakers / microphones etc., and is also a card reader and has a built in C-Media sound card. Allowing a completely separate source for audio in and audio out, perfect for gamers who like to use voice software on a separte source, just like the Xbox 360 and PS3.

This costs $29.63 per unit to make and at todays exchange rate equates to £18.24 and we are selling this for an incredible 89p!!!

This will be available from Wednesday 24th June at noon so get in line as they wont last long especially as we have put NO restriction on the number you can buy!!!


http://www.svp.co.uk/peripherals/adaptor-easy-internet-multi-function-card-reader_hw-01001.html

Postage varies, dependant on what delivery method you select.
More From SVP:

All Comments

(87) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
1 Like #1
http://www.svp.co.uk/custom/images/products/hw-01001topangle.png

Isn't there a delivery charge on this too??

Thanks :)
#2
I did put about postage at the bottom of my thread. There are so many different postage options that this being only my 3rd posting, I wasn't entirely sure what the best way of posting it was! Sorry
#3
Dumpling
I did put about postage at the bottom of my thread. There are so many different postage options that this being only my 3rd posting, I wasn't entirely sure what the best way of posting it was! Sorry

maybe "minimum £xx.yy delivered?"
really need to have some sort of total cost in title.
nice find though :thumbsup:
#4
Quite often they have reduced delivery on Wild Wednesday products, and with some you only have to pay 99p delivery. As it's not in stock until Midday tomorrow, I can't get it in a basket to get a rough postage price.

They are one of the best companies I've come across for variety of postage options, and living on the Isle of Wight we quite often get huge postage costs from a lot of sites, even though it doesn't actually cost any more to ship over here. SVP have kept my custom for about 4-5 years I think (can't remember exactly).
#5
Stelios = Fail

Good Price! (depending on delivery not being crazy high)
#6
I tried to order an IDE ribbon cable from them last week, as it was only 67p, but when it came to delivery there were only 2 options, cheapest option was £5.47 + Vat for royal mail recorded and the only other option was courrier at £6.51 + Vat for courrier delivery....

Sorry but those delivery charges are daylight robbery.... especially the royal mail recorded, the list price for delivery of something that size recorded delivery is only £1.36

Strangley enough I did'nt bother....
#7
I agree TheCaptain, SVP and Big Pockets (they are the same company) have ridiculous prices for delivery.
#8
awesome deal, shame no freesvp code. gonna bookmark this and check back on delivery cost.
1 Like #9
Hi guys just to let the previous poster know. The USB ports ARE V2

also SVP and BigPockets arnt the same company
#10
Cheap and cheerful. Hope postage doesn't ruin the offer tho...
#11
i wonder if the card reader will read SDHC cards?
#12
wanye
i wonder if the card reader will read SDHC cards?


http://www.svp.co.uk/custom/images/products/hw-01001front.png
#13
Just a quick note about delivery - they use City Link and they only deliver during the day when many are all at work - I bought a USB port and had to travel 35 miles to get it picked up. It was small enought to put through my letterbox but needed signature to fulfill City Link terms!

Not a problem if you are home or if you order something bigger!

Havent voted either way
#14
Even with the £5-£6 delivery charge, this is still a bargain. Voted hot!
#15
nice find
#16
nice deal !

however they haven't mentioned anything about the "VoIP Station" function.
Does anyone know how that bit works ?
#17
Any bigger pic of the inputs? Not sure what it has
#18
If something looks too good to be true, it probably is.

SVP sell a lot of Sweex products which simply don't work.

I've not heard of "Easy Internet" as a company or manufacturer, but ask yourself why they're throwing these away at 89p.

Sounds dodgy to me.
#19
I saw Easy Internet places in Prage and Rome - they were only cheap if you bought a lot of hours on one card. The places were packed with American students on extended stays - but their market has probably shrunk with the recession, so they'll be stuck with lots of stock they don't need.
#20
Cold for me they use city link which to they never ever, ever ring the door bell don't get me wrong!.:x
#21
Scissorhands
I've not heard of "Easy Internet" as a company or manufacturer, but ask yourself why they're throwing these away at 89p.


This kit was installed in the EasyInternet Cafe chain (Which is/was part of EasyJet) they were used to allow users to plug in cameras/flash memory etc etc so that people may send digital data over e mail or upload to Facebook etc.

It's just excess branded stock due to???? who knows poor quality, over zealous purchasing.....:)
#22
I used to buy loads of stuff from svp and was very happy with it when they did next day delivery for that price, approx £5.99 I think??
But now that you may have to wait longer to get your stuff and still have to pay roughly the same price it's not worth it..... don't get me wrong if I still bought a ton of blank media like I used to it'd still be an OK deal as SVP are cheaper than most places for blank dvds etc and you know most times the quality of it.. but for just 1 or 2 small items the postage price is downright abysmal.
#23
baalberith
Cold for me they use city link which to they never ever, ever ring the door bell don't get me wrong!.:x


tell me about it, my next day delivery camera lens took 7 days, 5 phonecalls and 3 so called deliveries.... Had another item they did the same on due to them not ringing the doorbell. I had a go at them over the phone after the dumb woman said its not a requirement for them to ring the doorbell, they could just knock on the door.... asked them if they hire people who actually learnt how to read and understand what a doorbell was. Never use them again. Anyway need a better screenshot of the card slots....
#24
wanye
i wonder if the card reader will read SDHC cards?


MadeDixonsCry
http://www.svp.co.uk/custom/images/products/hw-01001front.png


I don't get it? What does your reply prove?
#25
so you can buy as many as you want for 89p but P+P is £6.....correct?

So if you bought 2x it would be like £8?


Sorry for being an nidiot.....:oops:
#26
[SIZE="2"]Hi Folks - this is a great box, I have one. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

It does not read SDHC cards, the power supply and the usb cable are wired into the box, not plugged, and the USB ports are v2 for sure. You will also be pleased to hear that each card slot appears as a drive and so you can populate all four slots rather than only one. The onboard sound works well too Oh and they even provide screws and cover caps so you can screw it to your desk like they were intended. I have mine screwed to the underside of my desk top and so it is easy access and saves me having to get off my chair, like I used to, to use the card reader I had in my 'puter.

The company that SqeezyJet were planning to do the Internet biz with on this side of the Atlantic went bust - well that's what I heard.

My recommendation is buy a few and give them to your mates for Chrissie/Chanukah/Kwanza/Eid Pressies.[/SIZE]
#27
will wait till Wednesday.
#28
Seems like a good deal, but sorry to say, won't be ordering from SVP again.

Have used them for years, and they were great, but have had nothing but trouble with my orders lately, and am not the only one. They have even stopped delivering to Europe as they claim not to be able to get a courier, even though all the companies I now use instead don't seem to have a problem getting couriers. After spending about £200 per month for years with them, they don't seem bothered to have lost my business to competitors!

Still a hot deal, just hope SVP get their act together soon, and return to the good old days of being a great, reliable and cheap company.
#29
twe
Anyway need a better screenshot of the card slots....


No picture but seeing the soundcard is C-Media its reasonable to guess the card reader is too.. its the same layout as my C-Media one.. so im guessing:

CompactFlash in the top left..

XD (upside down) and SmartMedia in the Bottom Left..

Memory Stick, and MS PRO in the top right..

and SD and MMC in the bottom right. (possibly with mini and Reduced size as the silkscreening looks to me like it may say this:
SD_____________ MMC
Mini SD _________RS MMC
(underscored as the whitespace gets compressed)

(But thats just based on squinting really close at the screen on that pic of the front provided above)
#30
jonnyjackov
Seems like a good deal, but sorry to say, won't be ordering from SVP again.

Have used them for years, and they were great, but have had nothing but trouble with my orders lately, and am not the only one. They have even stopped delivering to Europe as they claim not to be able to get a courier, even though all the companies I now use instead don't seem to have a problem getting couriers. After spending about £200 per month for years with them, they don't seem bothered to have lost my business to competitors!

Still a hot deal, just hope SVP get their act together soon, and return to the good old days of being a great, reliable and cheap company.


Gotta agree with you ther mate. SVP have gone down the pan. I still place orders with them, not so often now though, haven't had any major problems yet, but I feel like I'm playing a game of Russian roulette each time I order!

Anyone know a competative and more reliable alternative to SVP?
#31
Nayana
nice deal !

however they haven't mentioned anything about the "VoIP Station" function.
Does anyone know how that bit works ?


It's a seperate USB sound card - theyve just given it a fancy name.. so you will just assign that card in the voip application (and connect a headset with mic) and it'll use it for voice whilst still using your other sound card and plugged in speakers for general windows.. its probably not great quality as most USB ones seem a bit rubbish, but it'll be ok for speech.
#32
rufus bezak
Gotta agree with you ther mate. SVP have gone down the pan. I still place orders with them, not so often now though, haven't had any major problems yet, but I feel like I'm playing a game of Russian roulette each time I order!

Anyone know a competative and more reliable alternative to SVP?


I have used big pockets a lot lately since SVP has had problems, and they have been great.

Not a bad price for delivery to Spain either, and quite quick.

Rumours that they are somehow connected to SVP, but that was denied earlier in this thread, so not sure. Have also used aprmedia.com, and would definitely use them again. Great service.

Gotta agree with you about feeling like you are playing Russian Roulette when ordering from SVP these days, and they used to be well known for their great service. Shame when companies you have faith in let you down. But to be fair to SVP, they did eventually sort out the problems on my last order, though it did take a few months.
#33
the fact that sdhc wont work means i wont be voting is most of the cards i use are now sdhc

other then that its generally a good deal. no use to me though!
#34
rufus bezak
Gotta agree with you ther mate. SVP have gone down the pan. I still place orders with them, not so often now though, haven't had any major problems yet, but I feel like I'm playing a game of Russian roulette each time I order!

Anyone know a competative and more reliable alternative to SVP?


....ukdvdr
#35
hoocheycoochey
Just a quick note about delivery - they use City Link and they only deliver during the day when many are all at work - I bought a USB port and had to travel 35 miles to get it picked up. It was small enought to put through my letterbox but needed signature to fulfill City Link terms!

Not a problem if you are home or if you order something bigger!

Havent voted either way


But then when something goes missing who is the one that moans?
#36
gotta be worth a punt just to stop me getting my head bashed under the desk when trying to plug things in or out
#37
I don't get why people are interested in this, why would you want another external sound card? Thats going to be much more confusing and give you no advantage over your intenal sound card. Cheap card readers are nothing new, and with the postage it's not even cheap. why not get something like this.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136400#
#38
jamesdew
I don't get why people are interested in this, why would you want another external sound card? Thats going to be much more confusing and give you no advantage over your intenal sound card. Cheap card readers are nothing new, and with the postage it's not even cheap. why not get something like this.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136400#

Agreed. Nice alternative, but it still doesn't do SDHC. Thx.
#39
jamesdew
I don't get why people are interested in this, why would you want another external sound card?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136400#


errrr.since I upgraded to vista my onboard soundcard doesnt work.....that sound like a good idea?
#40
defard
errrr.since I upgraded to vista my onboard soundcard doesnt work.....that sound like a good idea?


No, sounds like a terrible idea, I definitely would not want a USB sound card to be the only sound card in my system just buy a cheap PCI sound card like this one.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/48179

It only might be an ok idea if you just use your sound card for VOIP or other voice applications, there is likely to be a delay on a USB based solution which would be quite annoying for video and I doubt the sound quality would be very good either. Another possible reason is you don't have a free PCI slot.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!